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Better known as Reunion in France, this women's-magazine-style romantic melodrama was the first major production for director Jules Dassin -- who was promptly demoted back to the MGM "B" department when the picture tanked at the box office. Joan Crawford stars as Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, who comes to believe that her fianc?, wealthy munitions manufacturer Robert Cortot Philip Dorn is a Nazi collaborator. When her suspicions are apparently corroborated, Michelle falls in love with Pat Talbot John Wayne, a...
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Better known as Reunion in France, this women's-magazine-style romantic melodrama was the first major production for director Jules Dassin -- who was promptly demoted back to the MGM "B" department when the picture tanked at the box office. Joan Crawford stars as Frenchwoman Michele de la Becque, who comes to believe that her fiancé, wealthy munitions manufacturer Robert Cortot Philip Dorn is a Nazi collaborator. When her suspicions are apparently corroborated, Michelle falls in love with Pat Talbot John Wayne, a downed American aviator stranded in occupied Paris. Only then does Michelle discover that she's been all wrong about Cortot -- but what to do about Talbot, who has been marked for death by the Gestapo? Ava Gardner has a tiny role as a Parisian shopgirl.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/26/1994
  • UPC: 027616177339
  • Original Release: 1942
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  • Source: Mgm (Warner)
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joan Crawford Michele de la Becque
John Wayne Pat Talbot
Philip Dorn Robert Corlot
Reginald Owen Schultz
Albert Basserman Gen. Hugo Schroeder
John Carradine Ulrich Windler
Ann Ayars Juliette
J. Edward Bromberg Durand
Moroni Olsen Paul Grebeau
Henry Daniell Emile Fleuron
Howard Da Silva Anton Stregel
Charles Arnt Honore
Morris Ankrum Martin
Edith Evanson Genevieve
Ernst Dorian Captain
Margaret Laurence Clothilde
Odette Myrtil Mme. Montanot
Peter Whitney Soldier with Candy
Felix Basch Pawnbroker
Barbara Bedford Mme. Vigouroux
George Calliga Mons. Bertheil
Ann Codee Rosalie
John W. Considine Jr. Little Boy
Jean del Val Porter
Ernst Deutsch Captain
Claudia Drake Girl
William Edmunds Driver
Carl Ekberg
Arno Frey Guide
Joel Friedkin Frenchman
Hans Furberg Soldier
Jo Gilbert Brunhilde
Henry Kolker Gen. Bartholomae
Eddie Lee
Tommy Lee Japanese
Peter Leeds Boy
Edgar Licho Hawker
Louis Mercier Conductor
Adolph Milar Gestapo Agent
Natalie Schafer Frau Schroder
Lester Sharpe Warden
Arthur Space Henker
David Cross Baron von Steinkamp
Bob Stevenson Emile
Philip Van Zandt Customer
Michael Visaroff Vigouroux
Paul Weigel Old Man
Jacqueline White Danielle
Gayne Whitman Maitre d'Hotel
George Travell Jeannot
Harry Adams Mons. Clemens
Ed Rickard Chauffeur
Ray DeRavenne Bartender
Muriel Barr
Ava Gardner Bit Part
Technical Credits
Jules Dassin Director
Marvin Borowsky Screenwriter
Leslie Bush-Fekete Original Story, Screenwriter
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco Score Composer
Daniel B. Cathcart Art Director
Marc Connelly Screenwriter
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Henry W. Grace Set Decoration/Design
Charles Hoffman Screenwriter
Irene Costumes/Costume Designer
Jan Lustig Screenwriter
Joseph L. Mankiewicz Producer
Warren Newcombe Special Effects
Robert Planck Cinematographer
Elmo Vernon Editor
Franz Waxman Score Composer
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration/Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Twists and turns, dramatic but slow plot, with a different side of John Wayne than the norm(very cute).

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    Posted February 10, 2010

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